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Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 5, 1908, Lethbridge, Alberta LtTHBWlDGt, ALTA., TUESDAY, MAY 5, Itll PhaU4 bj the Daily Herald Printing Oft., Ltd., every lawful at ife office, wound St., A. 9UOHAMAN, ftfitac. D1' Subtcription r, yeir, delivered...... r, iffX loeuth, delivered, 2.0C moothH, delivered.. i .N Daily, one month, delivered Uftiljr, rear, by uutil 3.00 by wail Daily, mouthu, by wail .85ttind ll P J CTU RES Q U E SKX ATORS That was an interesting1 little inci- dent that occurred the other day in tho United States Sent'.to, says Cur- rent Litenituiv. The Indian Appro- priation Bill was up for considcra- 'tion. Two of the Senators had spe- 'cial reasons for being interested in such a bill. Senator Owen, of Okla- TAKRTAU Tabor, May is very cur rout in the town that it is v'is itod by spirits whether it is supersti- tion or otherwise it IH liaru Some maintain they saw a corpse walk and the minds of several arc much disturbed. There are thoso who maintain that matters of tho most private nature and conversa- tions which weiv only supposed to bo homa, rose to his feet and began toj'heard by those taking part in them assail the policy of the committee, jhavo been revealed and related much Senator Charles Curtis, of Kansas, i to their and discomfort. lo his feet to take issue have already been from Oklahoma. They made by several individuals to trace Car of and forth witli consider- I .SO'able i-arnostuess. and then Senator Weekly Heraki, oue year changed as often as o[ Qkiahouia, rose to his feet. iired; but both uew and old address j i Jll L I C.-SI til 111 be given. i t. that the Senate recognise thc the source from which it springs and endeavor to stamp it out. j vered by Mrs. 10. 1 ut otic time a li Mr. Bird White, manager of shouted, "1 S Altaria DI-UH ami Stationery iy left by the Spokane Flyer the of In- Saturday on a visit to his sister nnd i returned this morning, belligerer.t Taber wants connection by tele-j The Ihroe men tluis on ihc-ir feet at Wright jeweller of this phoue with the outside world. ;the same time in the' stuid old Sen- town had to office holders were allowed to re-; somebody to n-ad tlu> lessons tain their positions there would b'j'him. That is the wav ho has dono to Mr. Cochrane V hi, triort Periodically the want of a resident. COLEMAN NEWS Cricket enthusiasts, of whom there seem to Ixi quite a number in Cole- man, have dix-ided not to be outdone by the lovers of lawn bowling, .foot- ball or tennis. They have a splcn- did outfit of bats, balls', stumps, mat ting, nets, gloves, etc., worth con- siderably over one hundred dollars and they are Koinjj to bring them forth from their hiding places and use them. A good field and crease is available and'.under .proper organ- ization there is no reason why they should not give a good account of themselves. One of the ladies of our town, Mrs. D. J. Hill, wife of the proprietor of the hardware store, has shown what practical Christianity is tatoes. The weather conditions were hy adopting a baby all that coukl be desired aud the months old, the child being practical soil" is in" excellent'condition. Ilei ly homeless. If we can get such gen- 8 LOTS ON GLYN ST. Each Fine Residen- tial Lots H.J.H.Skeith .Room 1 Whitney Block 8. B. C. L COMYBCARE 4 JONEl Boliciloia, Ktc. Ccmybeare Block. LttNbridft, Alta. W. C. SIMMONS Ctci Oflice: Southard Block. P. C. MOORE Funeral Director and to Presbyterian 0'iarch Office Ptune 102. RiuiHieuot! F. B. ROLFSON v ARCHITECT Hoom 9 Block.- no opposition lo nnd lute into the evening. Although dentists visit this townilooks forward to an abundant yield, juine Christianity as this. in the West lo On Monday.' next the usual monthly and get it generally exhibited it will candidature at his last election. ioarn with finROrs but dcntist is brtdi-v ff'lt aml thore ls an opening for a first class dentist Uio One of the men who it i? said was.quicklv gave it up. affected by this bargain was John; nis dissipatin accord. mftkc lh5s towa hls Loughrin, who held the position of ing to his wife, is books, He docs-! rfisidence- registrar. Hardly had the election 'n't smoke or drink, but a book-store' Miv Abbott- lhe loCftl photographer day safely passed than Loughrin 'draws him as irresistnbly as a saloon !illtcucl5; shortl-v opening a business in fell a victim to the Whitney spoils draws some other men. and he buys system. buys, lie loves to have a. book Such a deal is a disgrace to Uou. ;il1 his hands. When he is being read j Frank Cochrane, who is Minister he wants to have his hands on a! ilines and Lands in the Conserva- and when he is thinking out a i tive government of Ontario and to: speech ho goes into a room by the Liberals who were a party to aml takes a book to hold. Hej li the Liberals had a good cause ;is particular as to bindings, for he'; to right they should have opposed j knows by the feel of them. Raymond, his son taking charge of ithc local concern. of tho town council'Will be not be long before our western conn? held, when-the absorbing question of J try is a paradise indeed. R. G. ADO I SON Blairmore, Alta. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EM- BALMER Office Phone Phone K d.U. JAS. a good water supply will be consid- ered. The present method of sup- plying .water-is very primitive, the We are pleased the street 'again tack of rheumatism. to Mr. Aitkcn on after a severe-at- inhabitants; have.'to be supplied from! Mrs. Mateby who has been visit- water carts the charge for which is her daughtet Mrs. Frank Graham quite a large tax. The north ond of i during the past few weeks, returned The many friends of Miss Primrose ltnc town-has .a fair supply of wells, j to her home in Nelson, B. C.., today. are glad to learn that she is rapidly j but still; insufficient for present: recovering from her recent serious ill-jneeds and emergencies. There is no BOW, INLAND ness. i doubt but that our city fathers since B. W. Wright challenges town was incorporated have done iono in Taber to a game of checkers but ttereyer increasing sire of for a stake to be arranged andgiv-jthe town and' the increase of its in- Mr. Cochrane. iand if he doesn't like the Jf Mr. Cochrane was a clean, ll'nrn to Iovc lnat book. est public man, he would never have been a party -to such a transartion. i he en to a charitable object, the best habitants require' that measures be o'ut oi eleven games to be the winner taken as soon as possible to meet i He will be accommodatetl in double; the pressing requirements now need- PAFlSONS IN ____....... PARLIAMENT. Liberals holding office under the Few people are aware how many government should not be find themselves "after a solely because they are Liberals. If of more or less usefulness in their i they are incapable dismiss them. This; respective spheres, turn into members, crooked method of making the British House of Commons.' lisc-' Six a j quick time. It is also intimated that a gentle- man from the vicinity of Moose Jaw u !intends-issuing a challenge tor the best two out of three games at bil- ecl, esiwcially as the summer and hot weather will soon-be on us-when it, is absolutely necessary that a good supply of water should be-establish- ed. The townspeople" will not cavil not to oppose the candidate of the .Vl7-, Jressrs. George llarwood of Bol- other party, is a blot on the Con-; ton, nnd K. A. Viliiers, of Boston pool, call shot, and'at any action the council may take for another stake to be jin 'Retting this supply as they are to a charitable object and that I wo1 it is for-their benefit and i the challenge will be taken up by a for tncil' health in having good san- servative administration of Ontario are ex-priests of the Anglican i and the Liberals of Nipissing are to i Church; (i. Hay Morgan, of Truro, prominent Irishman in town. be condemned for being it. a party to was a prosperous Congregation- BASEBALL Taber vs. Outlaws." This match, wh-ich was forwartl to wth OUR POINT OF VIEW Remember this is clean up week. Don't forget to do your part. ex-divines have not been i It is said.that of the thousands of Douks in Saskatchewan only fifty or gJarinR SUCCCfKcs ,n lhe so ore opposed to patronizing the tailors and dressmakers. Why con- demn an entire colony for the unique fashion plates admired by a few. ;al minister in the -north of London- Massie, of Cirencestcr, who holds jthe intcrcst was played this a D.D. degree: George Xicholls of I on thc diamond ground. A 'Northamptonshire, who has been' a Ilarffc numbcr of attended. 'Congregational preacher, Krand stani1 graccd b-V thc oke, the famous oi P numbcr of and However, it must bc said a numljcr of the residents ford Brooke, the famous Unitarian divine, the district who drove in.to wit- LETHBRIDGE INTERMEDIATE LACROSSE TEAM Lcthbridge will be in a happy po- sition if it can use the refuse of the city to generate power enough to pay At a meting of the Lethbndge In- T fc ttirnu-diate Lacrosse team, the folow-t n, TT i mg oflicers were elected: Honorary i ,r t presidents. Mayor Henderson, L. D. ness thc pluy. The running remarks iof satire, wit and humor, of the spectators created roars of laughter iand merriment, and also showed on which side their sympathies lay. Tuber winning by one score shows how closely the game was contested. The Outlaws certainly deserve itation, for domestic use, and for the purpose of establishing a service equal to. meet the calls of emergency in case o.f fire, none now existing to protect life and property. The mat- ter will Ixi discussed in all .its shapes Many ways have already gecn sug- gested and it is hoped that some tangible method will be arrived at without delay. Owing to the indisposition of the Hev. Mr. Jones rector, the Itcv. G- E. Gale, Macleod, officiated at both The 'country was much refreshed DV the rain of few- days. The homesteaders .are putting-. in small patches ,of spring wheat, -each one putting in. about ten acres. A ot of land will be broken up for winter wheat when the seeding- is completed. Twenty-five settlers with their, fam- ilies are .expected "this Tlie C. P. R. are down about six hundred feet in their gas well and liave quite a flow of gas alrea'dy.. The Southern Alberta Land Co. is -also sinking another .well. The C. P. R. were forced to abandon their first two wells because of aii excessive ttow of water, both' of these being flowing wells. A. B. Hoaglin of Taber and Bur- dette hfis- purchased section 35 and is putting the south west quarter on tho market for a townsile. The people are making application school, having a good many more, than the required number of pupils, there .being about thirty in t.he proposed districts. farmers and i INSU Tour Buildings against Loss by Prairie Fires A. MACDONALD ARCHITECT Southard Block, Lethbridft, Alta. E. T. McGREQOR REAL ESTATE BROKER Agtnt for and City Loans, Insurance, Collections, Rent- ak and Conveyancing. List your property with me. Call at Room I Hill Block or Ad- dress Box 397, Aita. Canafian Order of Foresters Cwrt Your Crops against Dam- age by Hail tot Cwpaiies M ton i Rot 260 '1 i- T T' i Kevm. C. J. Eckstonn; president, W. 4 igreat credit tor the way they pla3'edi for the cost of lighting the city. vicc-pnwirlent, F. Sick; proposiUon which was originally! tary-troasurer, J. Morrow; captain made by the Herald, seems quite fea-! Brnce m Dick Rob90n; and it is almost certain that; W. J. Armstrong, W. C. B. Smith will recommend the! Sinclair. Johnson. F. Sick, J. Cal- plan to the city. i All laerosse sports are requested to The Da.ily Herald aims to serve' turn out to practice so as to be able the entira district of .Southern Alber-. turn out to practice so as wo can ta. It is showing enterprise this pick the husky twchv. as wo may week by sending a member of its; have a frame arranged any day now. staff to Macieod to report thc Su-_______________. it being their first time together and I their first match. j On the Taber side McOuinness. the catcher, did wonderfully well, it be-( ing his first time playing in a match. Roy Lee, 1st base, Chas. Walker, pit i cher, Bolliver, short stop, the 'latter making thc hit that won th are well deserving of notice. Onj Outlaw side, Lesard, catcher. Ger; holtz, pitcher, the latter striking out l" i i i some of Tober's players, Chas. j preme Court sittings there. This is; The entire plant of the- rail mill of; justified by reason of the fact that j the Alpoma Steel Co., at Sanlt Sto. >farie is closed down throuph lack of orders. rncn are thrown out of Edwards, short stop, not making a single error, deserve their mead. of two est important cases of inter- to tho Herald's constituency come up for trial, the manslaughter charge against the late telegraph op- erator at Rrockett and thc Blairmore murder case. niployment. HI I I Ii I I I ill In the latest publication issued by the Dominion Department of thc In- j tenor, there is found m large type; conspicuously on tho front page, the' following: "IMPORTANT FARMERS. FARM" LABORERS. RAILWAY CONSTRUCTION1 MEN, ARK THE ONLY PEOPLE THE CAN- ADIAN IMMTftRATION" DEPART MENT ADVISES TO EMIGRATE TO CANADA. ALL OTHERS SHOULD GET DEFINITE AS- SURANCE OF EMPLOYMENT BEFORE LEAVING HOME, AND HAVE MONEY EXOrfJTI TO SUPPORT THEM FOK A TIME IN CASE OF .MENT." This indicates that the government j is alive to its responsibilities and; has no desire-to fill the count rv in-1 discriminate- with an unriosirabk j element of population. It is a defi- nite expression of immigration policy i which cannot, be misunderstood, while j at the same time it is a policy of i aggressive immigration, with proper! safeguards. LADIES Isave just received a consignment of beautiful OHM, dps ail i Como ui ami look thorn over very little when our picture iramor wont away. We arc doing better work- then ever with loss gns. Thc finishing touches to nuuae-ciemiing are Pictures." Our right. i praise. made some remarkably fine runs, thc j 'final result being Taber 6, Outlaws 5 j I Thc following men comprised the; i teams: I Taber Position i McGuiness c C. Walker p i Roy 1st b. H. Johnson 2nd b Art 3rd b. j Hoi liver s.s. i F. Herschcr l.f. !S. Wing c.f. i S. Wing c.f. A. Olendenning j Wm. Baldry, umpire. A return match will be playexl next OF CANADA Yetrs A Saviigs Accoot for WW in the Union Bank of Canada is the best start on road to independence.. or more opens an account, and with Interest added 4 times a year it will grow rapidly. Jjfttat AcCOUrtS may be opened by two persons, so that either may deposit or withdraw cash. LETH BRIDGE BRANCH: J. R. Anderson, Manager. TAFT SAYS IT WILL BE BRYAN And 'That" the" Faraniisunt Issue- Be- tween Them WiM Be Ex- pansion Bridge-port, May Taft N..262 Meets in K. of P. Hall last T h ursday of month. Visiting Brettireu Welcome j; F. ROGERS, CR. FS: Meets 1st ami .3rd M o n (1 aya iriKof P Hiill at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren are cordially invited.. S.O DAVIES, WP. 24-ly T. J WHITE, W, S Neat of Owls Lethbridge pi 'No. wiU meets the second Thursday o! told an audience of here that iiv in K, of P. Hall. hia opinion-William J. Bryan would be the nominee of the Democratic party for President and that the par- amount issue would bc expansion. e Outlaws i A. C. Gierhold J. Picrson J. Hodgins 1 E. Millar j C. Edwards Wm. Wa'ikcr pncoa always Taber, May has been drawn to the condition of some of thc public ami the need of a scrubbing brush and a little elbow I grease are much needed. Storekeep- jers might nJso take the tip', fit, I cap wear." That enterprising citizen Mr. II. F. jAnnable has imported a quantity of whirh plnsling ar- !sioMml his proppn-y. it Js ex- pected many others will follow his j good example in the planting- of and shrubs which wiJl rnvch to the beauty and at tract ivenew of J the town. Mr. David Jenkins has just Wished MIIIIMIflMlll Ipntting in about thirty acres of po- ud Irnfaln Is now offering for sale the CHEAPEST LOTS ON THE MARKET Also a few Acre Lots East of Westminster Road, each Just Arrived CAR OF fir IN! Rfcre ftattr ifjwlbclkst WN. OLIVER'S PtAMNG MILL Office, Factory 6sT MM MVI Telephone 153 G. J. STOBKEY. C. KOS8 TATE, Preaident. M. PRIEST, Junior Put PresV Lodge Pride of Alberta, No. 293. Sm it kKfit Met) Mwt in the" KnigLtn of flrxt and third Thursday in the month at 8 Visiting bMliren come. Waiter Applcby, W. T. Robins, Box 57. LETHBRIDGE t.OLrut NO. C. B. P. O. E. Meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday ,1 each month At 8.15 p.m. E. A. SHARIIAN, M. E- R- ftccrcUry. WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN T E M P E R A N C U N I O N in Methodist .Wesley Church third Friday m the month xi p. m. Visitors always wclcoW MRS. A. E. HUMPHRIES, Prcs. MRS. CHAS. McCLENAGHAN, A3 A f. .oecrewirj: TERMS EASY iiru cash, months, tmlnnco 12 months. Interest 6 per cent, per annum PniuxrCoat IS ON THE MARKET All Slrictly Attended to Cwb NOHTH.WCST ASSOCIATION Of STATIONARY ENGINEERS in tlie Lubot Hall MC- and fourth Mondays in month. Employers certificate and enpineern mit of empioy- j ment, wowH do well to communicate iw. ROBERT NEVIN, Clnei W. A. nTOKSON, Secretary. All ;